Terri Richardson was named director of media at autoGraph, a Seattle-based mobile-technology company that serves the retail and media industries.
Before coming to autoGraph, Richardson was Microsoft’s director of strategic programs, TV/video advertising.
With offices in London and New York, autoGraph recently was renamed from nFluence Media.
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Aerospace:Bob Uptagrafft was appointed executive director of the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance, Redmond.
Banking:Erin Schlegel joined Peoples Bank in Seattle as vice president and commercial loan officer at the Ballard Financial Center.
Commercial real estate:Edward Turpin rejoined the Seattle office of Cushman & Wakefield.
Health care:Duggan Robinson joined Klahanie Chiropractic Clinic in Issaquah.
Real estate:Tory Glossip was named vice president of property management at Madison Marquette Retail Services in Seattle. Diana Norbury was named vice president of multifamily operations at Seattle-based Pillar Properties.
Technology:Ken Madison joined Centri Technology in Seattle as senior director of product marketing and management.
Universities:Victor Balta was named director of the University of Washington’s Office of News and Information.
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